Adventures of Black Beauty
Adventures of Pete & Pete
Adventures of the Little Koala
Against the Odds
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Belle and Sebastian
Clarissa Explains It All
David the Gnome
Dennis the Menace
Don't Just Sit There!
Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics
Lance Link: Secret Chimp
Make the Grade
Maya the Bee
Mysterious Cities of Gold
Out of Control
Salute Your Shorts
Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show
Spartakus & the Sun Beneath the Sea
Star Trek: The Animated Series
Wild & Crazy Kids
You Can't Do That on Television
Other Nick Gems - Misc. shorts, claymation, etc.
"Picture Pages, Picture Pages,
Time to get your Picture Pages,
Time to get your crayons and your pencils..."
[closing] "You can play with Picture Pages,
FIll your day with Picture Pages,
'Till Bill Cosby does another Picture Page with you!"
Picture Pages originated on Captain Kangaroo in the 1970s and was hosted by the Captain himself. The show sought to teach preschoolers lessons through colorful lessons by using a workbook. In 1978, Bill Cosby became the host of Picture Pages, along with his trusty pencil, Mortimer Icobod Marker, and occasionally "The Mighty Mi". In 1984, Captain Kangaroo left TV, and Picture Pages was without a home until Nickelodeon picked it up and began running it during episodes of Pinwheel where it ran throughout the rest of the 1980s. There were 260 shorts that aired on Nickelodeon, and taught viewers about shapes, numbers, colors, animals and much more.